Summary of Teoría: Clasificación de las empresas

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This video discusses the various ways businesses can be classified, including size, sector of activity, and legal classification. The legal classification refers to the company's origin, and there are three types: individual, public, and mixed. The video promises to discuss each type of legal classification in more detail in subsequent videos.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, we'll be discussing the classification of businesses. We'll start with objective factors such as the environment, and then go on to see different ways to classify businesses based on size, number of employees, and sector of activity. The first classification that comes to mind is size-wise, and there are businesses of all sizes, from small to large. Another classification that is used a lot is sector-wise, which would be Primarily Agricultural, Secondary Agricultural, and Industrial. Last, we have a legal classification, which refers to the company's origin- whether it is an individual company, a public company, or a mixed company. Next, in subsequent videos, we'll discuss each of the legal forms businesses can take, and also give an introduction to type tests.

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